Possibly, but really , that is the least of your worries. If you want your relationship to survive this depression, you need to stop thinking about 'other women' or what kind of sex you are having. Your husband is having serious doubts about his feelings towards you and is over-analysing them. If he loves and cares for you and still wants to have sex with you, you are better off than the majority of married women! You are going to have to make a decision about where you are going to live - who needs you most - stuff like that. If, when your babysitting comes to an end, you go home and find hubby ain't there any more, or that he has found someone else to give him comfort while he is feeling so down, will you mind? If yes, than maybe you should think about asking your son to look after his child without your help for a while, OR get your husband to come over and help out - that would give him a purpose and help him through his depression. Living with a depressive is absolutely hell, I know, and I admire you for sticking with him, but for your own sake I think you should seriously re-evaluate your situation, or you will be running between son and husband for the rest of your life trying to please both and having a not very happy life yourself. Have you considered counselling - for yourself I mean?
My Husband Claims To Love Me But Is Not In Love With Me. We Were Still Having Excellent Sex. Could There Be Another Woman He's Thinking About?
In love comes and goes in some relationships. At least he loves you. Forget about past promises and stay together through good and bad.
Definitely. He probably just can't tell you yet
give this time do not push him to talk,men needs their space just like we do love him,wait this out,if he is good to you,be there for him.
This definitely sounds like a man who is having an affair or is contemplating having one. The IN LOVE, catch is one that permits them to have sex with another whom he actually professes to be in Love with. The memory of that woman and the strange sex he is at least contemplating is probably the reason behind the improved performance in the boudoir. If he is depressed, he could be harboring resentments against you, real or imaginary. He is focusing on you as the cause of his depression. Before you can do anything about the big picture you need to seriously address the depression. He may see 'another woman' as the solution to his current problem, but will regret it, when he is in his right mind.
Maybe you two should split up since there are so many complications and agreements that he doesn't seem to understand.